Jeffrey Goldberg, Editor-in-Chief for The Atlantic,
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Jeffrey Goldberg, Editor-in-Chief for The Atlantic, confessed that the central claim in his publication’s repugnant hit piece on President Donald Trump Disparaging Fallen Soldiers could very well be false.

To great fanfare on Social Media, The Atlantic claimed that President Trump didn’t want to visit the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery near Paris in 2018, because “his hair would become disheveled in the rain” and that “he did not believe it important to honor American war dead.

Of course, the Atlantic’s asinine anonymous sourced diatribe had every leftist imbecile from Joe Biden to the Clown News Network screeching that ‘Trump despises the military and veterans‘, and Trump supposedly referring to those who made the ultimate sacrifice as “suckers” and “losers.

But shockingly, NOT Shockingly, Jeffrey Goldberg, admits that his four, off-the-record, anonymous sources may not have been telling the truth that Trump’s visit was indeed called off for the reasons they claimed.

After Goldberg was presented with an excerpt from former national security adviser John Bolton’s book which details how the weather was the cause for cancellation of the visit to the cemetery, not a decision by POTUS over his hair, Goldberg conceded, “I’m sure all of those things are true.”

And liberals and CNN’s ass-kissing apologist Brian Stelter wonder why Americans have lost trust in the mainstream media.

In the days following the Atlantic story, leftist twittering twits were claiming that the claims were factual because they had been supposedly confirmed by other mainstream media networks.

Not surprising, despite TuskerDaily asking these giddy Trump-haters, no one seemed to be able to provide an answer to our one simple question, which was: Please name me one source NOT named Anonymous?

 

Jonathan Turley Questioned The Legitimacy of the Atlantic’s Trump Disparaging Fallen Soldiers story


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